The Attitude of the Communist Party Towards Organized Religion

In a previous piece, we have already called forth for the restoration of the proper communist relationship with religion, after years, nay decades, of its distortion by oppurtunists, which ranges from “religious socialism” to bourgeois atheism. Leninism does not call for the banishment of religion, and in fact, in Anti-Duhring, Engels criticized those who would…

Political Struggle and the Proletarian Party

A struggle that does not have its aims in destroying the current social-structure of production relations, but in instead aiming to acquire economic gains, can not be called a political struggle. It is through political struggle that the proletariat takes power, and uses it to absorb or destroy all other classes, before finally abolishing itself.…

An introduction

The site has been up for a good month now, yet none of our authors have written an introduction. First of all, we sincerely apologise for my tardiness in writing this; we have no excuse other than sheer laziness (Lafargue wouldn’t see this as a bad thing, however!). Our goals are as follows: 1. to…

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Implications of the dual nature of the Russian revolution.

We will explain our position with two historical examples of Revolutions that have occurred in the current era of capitalism. These two examples of course are the Russian Revolution and the Chinese Revolution. Both of these were similar in the fact that they both took place in a vastly underdeveloped, feudalistic, country; consequently the historical…